Three aspects of .NET programming can make debugging and testing a ton of fun and help you come off as a real pro when you deliver bulletproof code.
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Discover a more advanced mechanics to help you find a balance in the artistic dance that is useful structured exception handling.
No error handling code and your application is doomed to the scrap heap. Too much, misapplied, or a poor application of error handling code and your error handling code causes the bugs. Learn about avoiding Errorcide!
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Instrumentation and application blocks seems to be a current trend in technology. If a trend is useful and doesn't require us to stab a hole in our tongues, then it's worthy of a look!
You can generate perfect SQL even if you aren't a SQL programmer, and you never have to leave Visual Studio .NET for most of your day-to-day SQL tasks.